The Candy Kid

Liebling, A. J.
May 1961
New Yorker;5/20/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 14, p156
The article presents information on "The Blue Book," by Robert H. W. Welch Jr. Welch was a candymaker in Cambridge, Massachusetts, before he became a writer. He has a deep interest in reading books about the world history. He founded the John Birch Society and studied the problems associated with Communism.


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